Amanda Kloots’ son Elvis wears a plaid suit on The Talk – Hollywood Life +2023

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Bring your son to work! Amanda Kloots“Three year old son elvis had a very special appearance on the Friday 2nd December episode The conversationwhere his famous mother welcomed some of her co-stars from her new Christmas movie, Suitable for Christmas. In the video by Amanda’s Instagram post, the mother-son duo adorably held hands as they took the stage together. Amanda wore a red dress while Elvis wore a red plaid suit with a matching hat. “Today on @thetalkcbs – the cast of Fit For Christmas including my favorite actor Elvis Cordero!” Amanda wrote in her caption.

Amanda also posed for a photo with her adorable son on the social media post. Elvis sat on Amanda’s lap on a gray couch on the set of the talk show she co-hosts Jerry O’Connell, Natalie Morales, Akbar Gbaja-Biamilaand Sheryl Underwood. For Friday’s episode, they welcomed Amanda’s co-stars Rebekah Budig and Paul Greene to discuss the new Christmas movie, which premieres December 4 on CBS.

Amanda recently appeared on the HollywoodLife Podcast and EXCLUSIVE reveals that she conceptualized Suitable for Christmas after her husband’s death Nick Cordero in July 2020. Nick was 41 when he passed away from complications related to COVID-19, leaving Amanda Elvis to raise alone.

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Amanda Kloots and her son Elvis (Photo: 4CRNS, WCP / BACKGRID)

“It was 3am, I turned on the TV and watched a movie called Christmas cookies With [my son] Elvis in my arms,” ​​Amanda said in an interview. “He actually woke up and we watched it together and I was like, ‘You know what? I have an idea for a Christmas movie!” Amanda explained that she pitched the idea to CBS, which “she immediately got.”

in the Suitable for Christmas, Amanda plays Audrey, a Christmas-obsessed fitness instructor who teaches classes at her financially troubled community center in Mistletoe, Montana. She embarks on a vacation romance with a charming, mysterious businessman (Paul Greene), which complicates his plans to transform the center into a more financially profitable resort.

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